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Tile Trader launches 'Tiling for a Good Cause' initiative

Published: 15 November 2017 - Kiran Grewal

Online tile retailer, Tile Trader, has launched a nationwide initiative called “Tiling for a Good Cause” and is urging members of the public to nominate a space in their local area in need of a tiling makeover.

The initiative is designed to give one deserving facility the chance to receive a tiling transformation worth up to £500 to update a lacklustre space in need of a complete makeover.

Local spaces and projects may include the addition of brand new tiles to create a friendlier bathroom at a local care home, a fun mural for a sensory garden within a community centre, or on-trend tiles to update a kitchen area at a local sports club.

“Tiling for a Good Cause” is open to everyone and members of the public are being asked to simply submit a short, written description detailing how they would like the nominated space to be transformed with new tiles, with ideas to improve the space online here: http://tiletrader.co.uk/tiling-for-a-good-cause     

 


 

Source: Tile Trader

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